An Artwork Viewed in Person
An Artwork Viewed Online
When using an illustration in the body of your paper, if you provide full citation details in the caption text, you do not need to include a Works Cited entry for the illustration. Otherwise, include an entry in your Works Cited list with full publication details about the image as shown below.
Works Cited example:
Yen, Joseph. MURALS. Flickr, https://flic.kr/p/5ckouD, 2008.
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Artwork in a museum or on a museum website:
To use an image as a figure in an APA Style paper, provide a figure number and title and then the image. Below the image, provide a copyright attribution in the figure note. In a presentation, the figure number and title are optional but the note containing the copyright attribution is required.
Also provide a reference list entry for the image in your References list. The reference list entry for the image consists of its author, year of publication, title, description in brackets, and source (usually the name of the website and the URL).
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